The Iberian Peninsula is perhaps the most innovative area in wine terms. At the value end of the scale there are unbelievable wines, full of ripe fruit. Equally the fine wines are capable of battling it out with the best from France and elsewhere.
The 207 hectare Quinta da Fonte Souto was acquired by the Symington family in 2017. You may know the family from the Douro Valley with their Port production.
The Quinta is situated at 500 metres of altitude in the Alentejo region (East of Lisbon)
The 2017 vintage is the one of the...
Being a Late Bottle Vintage Port, this 2012 from Quinta Do Noval is ready to drink as soon as it is bottled - making it perfect for a number of occasions. The grapes are trodden by foot and are unfiltered, creating a ruby red Port which will match wonderfully with a range of cheeses or as an after dinner treat!
Grahams have been producing quality vintage Ports for many years, they apply the same level of care and attention to detail to their Tawnys. This 20 year old has been aged in oak, giving it complex, deep flavours that match beautifully with sweet desserts.
In 2002 Fonseca created Terra Prima, the first port to be made entirely using organic grapes. Full of dark fruits on the nose, intense flavours and just the right amount of acidity on the palate, this is a great port that would perfectly finish off a decadent meal. This received a Commendation in the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards!